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Reviews on the Web

Casio EX-H15 Review @ TrustedReviews

Sat September 11, 2010


Performance is quite slow however, and image quality is not as good as the previous EX-H10 model.

We’ve added another Casio Exilim EX-H15 [UK QuickPrice Check] Review to our Reviews Matrix.

TrustedReviews has published their review of the Casio Exilim EX-H15, a compact ultra zoom with 14.1M resolution (on a 1/2.3-in. square pixel CCD), 10x ultra wide-angle optical zoom (24-240mm equiv.), 3.0-in. LCD (460k-dot), Premium Auto, Dynamic Photo, Art Shot, Intelligent Color, 1,000 shots on a single full charge, and HD Movie 1280x720p @ 24fps.

You can read the full Casio EX-H15 Review at: TrustedReviews.

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Making The iPad An Essential Part Of Your Workflow

Sat September 11, 2010

An app called Shutter Snitch allows you to wirelessly transfer images to your iPad from your Eye-Fi card, Canon, Nikon or other file transmitter that supports uploading to an FTP server over your wireless network. Rob Galbraith reports on how he is using Shutter Snitch to integrate the iPad into his workflow.

Read the article at: Rob Galbraith.

Fun Stuff, Now You Know, Videos

Just How Big Does Google Want To Be?

Sat September 11, 2010
Google Infographics

Google Infographics

The name itself is derived from the word googol, which is a 1 followed by 100 zeros.

Google started in 1996 with 25 million pages in its index; today it has approx. 40 billion indexed pages (equivalent to 24 petabytes of info), with 1.5 billion of those images. It takes Google’s computers 0.5 seconds to sift through them all and return relevant matches to your search. How much storage is needed to store all that info? About 1 exabyte.

Google needs $8.3 billion every year to operate. Google’s founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page each earns $1 a year. However, before you feel bad for them, their personal fortune in Google stocks each amounts to $17.5 billion. Google is extremely profitable, averaging $400,000 per employee. Only dog lovers need apply; though dogs are allowed in the offices, cats are persona non grata. Google’s first tweet was “I’m feeling lucky” typed out in binary ones and zeros (“I’m 01100110 01100101 01100101 01101100 01101001 01101110 01100111 00100000 01101100 01110101 01100011 01101011 01111001 00001010”). Google may not like it, but its name is officially a verb “to google” in the Merriam and Webster and Oxford dictionaries since 2006.

How much does Google want to grow to? It’s goal is to index 100 petabytes of information (wonder if it will change its name then to “Peta”), which is about half of all the material ever printed in human history.

source penn olson

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Behind The Scenes, Videos

Classroom (3D Camera Flythrough) Behind The Scenes

Sat September 11, 2010

Classroom is a 3D computer generated scene which uses flythrough animation to explore the scene in greater detail.

Classroom (3D camera flythrough) from Studio Aiko on Vimeo.

source petapixel

Here’s the Behind the Scenes:

Classroom Scene – THE MAKING OF from Studio Aiko on Vimeo.

Visit the site to see other versions of the video:

And if perchance you have one of these cardboard 3D glasses lying around, here is the 3D version:

Classroom (3D camera flythrough) * 3D Glasses Version * from Studio Aiko on Vimeo.


Think Tank Photo Contest

Sat September 11, 2010
Think Tank 5th Anniversary Photo Contest

Think Tank 5th Anniversary Photo Contest

Think Tank Photo Contest Offers $5,000 Grand Prize

Professional photographer camera bag company Think Tank Photo is celebrating its Fifth Anniversary by hosting a multi-level photo contest that offers a $5,000 Grand Prize and multiple first place, second place , third place, and honorable mention prizes.

There are four categories:
(1) What does urban, gritty, or edgy mean to you?
(2) The most creative, interesting, or unique “What’s In Your Bag” shot
(3) The most creative, interesting, or unique shot of photographers wearing/using Think Tank gear
(4) Any photo the entrant believes portrays Think Tank Photo’s “Be Ready ‘Before the Moment’” theme.

There is no fee required for entering and, as far as we can ascertain, no rights grab of your photos.

Contest ends: November 30, 2010 @ 11:59 pm (PST)

To enter click on the “CONTEST” tab on Think Tank Photo’s Facebook page:

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Reviews on the Web

This Week’s (Sep 4-10, 2010) Digital Camera Review Roundup

Sat September 11, 2010

Here is this week’s (Sep 4-10, 2010) digital camera review roundup:

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Fun Stuff, Videos

Manta Ray Photographer

Sat September 11, 2010

Yet Another Fish Swam Away With My Camera Story.

Its getting a little too frequent, if you ask me, all the stories of octopus, turtle and what not grabbing a photographer’s camera or video camera and swimming away with it. This time, it’s a manta ray.

From IntoTheDrinkTV

It almost looks staged but Nick, Writer and Producer who was at the shoot, assures us it’s definitely not. Cool video!

You can watch more adventure videos at: IntoTheDrink.

source petapixel